Carbon Swim Comes Out Victorious in Moab

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The Carbon High swim team recently traveled to Moab where they took on Grand, South Summit and Gunnision.

The girls started out strong in the 200-yard medley and never let go. The 200-yard medley was represented by Emily Jesperson, Alheli Pendleton, KaCee Barrett and Ashlin Baker with a time of 2.28 that secured them a first-place finish. Carbon also received a third-place finish with Abby Layton, Lori McCourt, Taycie Davis and Makayla Moynier bringing in a time of 2.50. Keirsten Oversen, Hannah Torgerson, Katrina Behling and Vanessa Manual fell behind but earned a fourth place finish.

Amanda Liu flew past opponents in the 200-yard free with a time of 2.19, good for 21 seconds faster than opponents, collecting another first place finish.

Carbon was well represented in the 200-yard IM with Megan Swasey accepting a second-place finish just behind Grand. Alheli Pendelton received a third-place finish and Abby Layton finished in fourth with a time of 3.16.

Barrett returned in the 50-yard free and earned a third-place finish with a time of 31 seconds. Teammate Jacee Richards wasn’t far behind with a time of 35 seconds acquiring a fourth place finish.

Senior Veronica Ibanez earned a second place in the 100-yard butterfly, six seconds behind first place.

Emily Jesperson came up big in the 100-yard freestyle with a first place finish with a time of 1.09. Comrade Ashlin Baker came in with a time of 1.12 and received a second place finish behind Jesperson.

Liu returned in the 500-yard freestyle for another first place finish with a time of 6.20.

Ibanez, Swasey and Barret, Liu all returned in the 200-yard medley relay to secure a second-place finish with teammates Elley Cowdell, Alheli Pendleton, Makayla Moynier, Ashlin coming in third.

Ibanez and Jesperson obtained a second and third place finishes.  Sophomores Swasey, Pendleton and Cowdell all glided their ways to a second, third, and seven place finishes.

The girls finished strong in the 400-yard relay with Liu, Swasey, Jesperson and Ibanez securing a second place finish.

Tyson Swasey, Josh McCourt, Rylan Chamberlain and Kinnon Lyman fought for second place, following two seconds behind South Summit.

Lyman returned in the 200-yard freestyle to acquire a fourth place finish with a time of 2.40. Swasey returned in the 200-yard IM to snag first place.

Chamberlain came up big in the 50 yard freestyle with a time of 26.46. Teammates Dallen Tweddell, Parker Humes and Matther Torres following not to far behind in the ranks.

Chamberlain continued his victorious streak in the 100-yard butterfly with a second-place finish.  Josh McCourt raced his way to first in the 100-yard freestyle with a time of 1.02. Real Gu came in second.

Swasey continued his ways in the 500-yard free and clinched first place.

Both the girls and boys team walked away with a first-place team finish.

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